After adding problems to courses, drag and drop them to place them in your preferred order. Copy existing courses and problems to reuse them.
After you create problems, you can change the order in which they appear in a specific assignment. You can also move them to a different assignment in the same course. To move a problem, use the menu on the left to drag and drop the problem to the target location.
After you create problems, you can change the order in which they appear within a course or collection. To move a problem, click the Reorder Content link at the top of the Contents pane. When the reorder handle is displayed before each problem, you can drag and drop problems using this handle.
You can reorganize problems even after a course is active. You cannot move a problem to a different course, though you can copy a problem to a different course.
From Add Problem, you can copy:
Getting Started with MATLAB Grader and Introduction to Programming (verified instructors only): Copy sample problems authored by MathWorks staff and adapt it for your course or collection. These coding problems illustrate good practices for writing problems and creating assessments.
MATLAB® Grader™ Courses and Collections: Copy problems currently in your list of courses and collections and modify as necessary.
Copy your existing problems and modify them as needed. Copying problems is useful when:
You want to use an existing problem as a template for a new problem.
You want to reuse an existing problem in a different course.
To copy a problem:
Open the problem you want to copy.
Click Copy next to the problem title.
In the confirmation dialog box, select the destination course and assignment.
MATLAB Grader copies the problem, preserving the current state of the copied problem (final or draft).
Edit the new (copied) problem, as needed.